Hugh Bowman’s international exposure will be increased next month with the leading Australian jockey booked to ride Not Listenin’tome at Royal Ascot, repoerts

Bowman, currently riding on contract in Japan, has been secured by Hong Kong-based trainer John Moore, who also trains Werther.

Not Listenin’tome finished sixth, beaten a little over four lengths, by Chautauqua in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize at Sha Tin last start.

The former Australian-trained sprinter is nominated for both the King’s Stand Stakes and Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Bowman is due to return to Australia to ride at the Doomben Cup program on May 21.

He has been booked by the Chris Waller stable for the Group 1 weight-for-age race.

He will then fly to Hong Kong to continue his association aboard Werther in the Group 1 Champions & Chater Cup on May 22.

Bowman has won the Hong Kong Derby and QEII Cup aboard Werther.

His stint in Japan ends in early June, enabling him to return to ride at Eagle Farm on June 4 for Queensland Oaks Day.

The leading jockey will also take bookings for the Stradbroke program at Eagle Farm on June 11, before making his way to England for Royal Ascot the following week.